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Kim Pearson graduated from London's Institute for Optimum Nutrition in 2008 and has worked in the field of nutrition and health for over ten years. Kim consults clients at her clinical practices in Knightsbridge and Chelsea, London. She works to improve health and wellbeing issues through an individualised approach to nutrition and her areas of speciality are fat loss, skin health and healthy ageing.
Frequently featuring in the national press, Kim writes articles and provides professional comments for a range of magazines, newspapers and medical journals. She has contributed to titles including The Times, The Telegraph and the Daily Mail as well as industry journals including Aesthetics Journal, Aesthetic Medicine, Body Language and the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing. She and has also appeared on national television and radio.
Kim speaks at medical aesthetic and beauty conferences and trains health care professionals in nutrition and diet. She has developed dietary guidelines for medical research trials and has implemented corporate nutrition policies.
Kim is a full member of CNHC (Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council), BANT (British Association of Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy) and the Guild of Health Writers.
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